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Monday, May 22, 2006

i have been thinking about it and i think i want to take up photography as my hobby. am currently saving up for a good (hopefully, economical) digital camera. my sony ericsson w800i is hardly the proper camera to use to take pics. granted, it's convenient but the picture quality doesn't come out all that well cause its a 2megapixel camera, as compared to a 8 or 12 megapixel camera. nee on suggests the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1. sleek-looking piece of equipment, with the specs to match. any other recommendations? hopefully within the rm1500 budget, that's all i can afford in 2 months time, after i do some budgeting and financial planning. wanted to get an SLR or a dSLR but the price is close to giving me a heart attack. and i'm not even quarter near good enough to using an SLR or a dSLR.

given my need for documenting certain moments in my life, and just plain enjoying capturing candid shots (they're the best), i feel that photography could actually be a pretty darn good hobby for me. i am running out of things to do. it's an expensive hobby to maintain, but its at least better than, you know, taking drugs or melepak-ing at the nearest mall. hmmm. maybe i will melepak even more at the mall after the camera. har har.

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